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The Strong and Courageous Woman: Day 2

Journey to become a strong and courageous woman through the book of Joshua.  Please forgive the unpolished product, this is a study in process.  Here it is uncut and unfinished. DAY 2:  Background on Joshua Today we look at how the people of Israel responded to the news of what beheld them in the Promise … Continue reading

The Strong and Courageous Woman

The Strong and Courageous Woman

The Strong and Courageous Woman: a woman’s journey to completion in Christ through the book of Joshua. So what if Joshua was a man, this book is loaded with lessons for us ladies. For the month of August, I’m sharing a bible study on the book of Joshua. Please forgive the unpolished product, this is … Continue reading

There’s Nothing Worse Than Twins with Acid Reflux, Part 1

There’s Nothing Worse Than Twins with Acid Reflux, Part 1

“There’s nothing worse than having twins with GERD.”  That’s what our gastroenterologist said to me at our first visit.  Thanks for the encouragement doc. Kaitlyn and Ava were diagnosed with  GERD (Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease) in January. Here’s the tale of our journey of colicky nights, incessant crying, plus tips to survive.  Six months later our … Continue reading

Friday Family Photos: The Kaitlyn Crawl

Friday Family Photos: The Kaitlyn Crawl

Kaitlyn’s on the move this week perfecting her crawl.  She started out rocking back and forth on all fours, and she now varies between a breaststroke movement to using her feet to push her forward motion. Here are Kaitlyn and Ava lounging in the backyard. Ava in our backyard looking up at the trees. Many … Continue reading

In Search of a Better Photo

In Search of a Better Photo

I’ve owned a digital camera for over a year, and I still use the auto focus settings. Sad, I know. But now that I have 2 little girls in my life, I’m in search of a better clearer photo to capture these precious moments. Today, I’m embarking on the 31 Days to a Better Photo … Continue reading

Ava’s Delight, My Delight

Ava’s Delight, My Delight

When Ava sees me, the smile on her face is pure joy.  When I greet her in her crib each morning, she smiles.  When I walk in the room, she smiles. When I say her name, she smiles.  Being her mom is bliss, and it warms my heart that she smiles at me.  She delights … Continue reading